Global Financial Reporting Associate

Titel: Global Financial Reporting Associate
Vertragsart: Permanent
Location: Dublin South, Dublin
Gehalt/Honorar: €55000 - €75000 per annum
Ref: 7000_1561732264
Name des Kontakts: Conor Devins
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Veröffentlicht am: seit 4 Monaten


This is an exciting opportunity to join a major global player in the industry. The team are currently going through significant growth and this role would have key interaction with the European business.

Carry out analytical, quantitative and qualitative reviews of financial statements prepared by fund administrators, ensuring that the company disclosure policies and quality standards are maintained, and resolving any audit queries addressed to the firm;
* Present results and findings from reporting cycles and various ad hoc memos to the various audit committees and boards of directors;
* Assess and monitor service quality of third party financial reporting vendors, provide feedback, identify areas for improvement and manage any changes in service requirements;
* Support the continual development of the financial reporting operating model to optimize efficiency, mitigate risk and incorporate business and product changes;
* Build and maintain strong working relationships with multiple internal and external partners including fund administrators, auditors and boards of directors;
* Document and communicate accounting policies for ETFs, Mutual and Alternative funds; and
* Analyse and communicate new and existing accounting standards and technical literature
To ensure success, you will have the following qualifications and competencies:
* Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance desirable;
* Qualified accountant (ACA, CIMA or ACCA) preferable;
* You possess proficient level knowledge of German;
* You possess at least 5 years combined experience in investment management or financials services audit or, alternatively, significant experience within a financial reporting environment at a fund administrator;
* You have knowledge of technical and regulatory issues affecting the fund industry, including accounting standards (IFRS and local Irish, Luxembourg, French, German, Swiss, UK and US GAAP) and relevant regulatory requirements (UCITS and AIFMD);
* You take ownership for outcomes and is personally accountable for results;
* You analyse relevant information using logic and consider relevant facts to make rational, realistic and sound decisions;
* You produce accurate work and spots mistakes/errors and makes appropriate corrections;
* You have excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills including ability to clearly articulate results as wells as issues to senior management and board of directors;
* You are ambitious, determined to achieve goals and works hard to meet those goals;
* You work effectively to plan and prioritise responsibilities including ongoing and ad hoc projects simultaneously; and
* You develop practical and pragmatic solutions to problems